Irvine, CA – UviCube is a device that is designed to dry, disinfect, and store baby bottles using UV light. The creators of UviCube have come to Kickstarter to raise funds to manufacture their product, and have already surpassed their $25,000 goal. With UviCube you can eliminate 99.9% of harmful germs, and you can also safely use it on other household products, including electronics!
“As parents, we all face challenges in deciding how best to protect our children,” say co-founders Ben and Autumn Cho Colayco, “When it comes to germs, UviCube is one of the easiest ways to help keep your baby safe with the power of ultraviolet (UV) light.”
As parents themselves, the creators of UviCube want to introduce parents in the United States to the use of UV light for sanitization. Their passion comes from their own experience raising their oldest daughter, Callie, (who was born with an infection and minor heart problem) in Asia during the H1N1 outbreak. They were able to find a range of products that used UV light to help with this challenge, but realized these devices were not available in the US.
UviCube is designed to be safe and easy to use. It reduces the risk of burns from using hot water to sanitize bottles, and gives you a safe, clean place to store them. Any item that babies enjoy touching or playing with can be sanitized with UviCube – remotes, cell phones, keys, and more! Simply load your items in your UviCube (washing bottles first), choose a cycle, and press the start button.
The device looks great in any room and takes up about the same space as a small toaster oven. It is baby-friendly, with rounded corners, and makes a great conversation piece. UviCube has been safety tested and follows the guidelines set out by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, a United States federal agency.
“We wanted to introduce UviCube first on Kickstarter because we feel that the community believes in new concepts and ideas. The funds we obtain on Kickstarter will help pay for the final tooling and some upfront costs to bring the first UviCube inventory to the United States.”
UviCube is available for a limited time for a super early bird price of $199, and will be offered at discounted prices to backers throughout the remaining 39 days of the campaign. To support this project or learn more, visit the UviCube Kickstarter page here.
Company Name: UviCube
Country: United States